Major props to Donna for actually sculpting these LEGO minifigs out of gumpaste, instead of taking the easy route and plopping on some toys. :)
More fantastic figures on this sweet wedding cake:
Somebody watch the droids, though; I hear R2 is a bit of a lush.
Some of the sweetest Star Wars cookies you'll ever see:
You might think a light saber cake would be easy to make, but believe me: it's not. That's why I'm so impressed with this fondant-free gem:
I love the shading and all the detail on the handle. Truly excellent.
Hold on to your blasters, old-school icing purists, because I have another completely fondant-free sweet for you:
The background is airbrushed, but the ship is all piping. Now that's using the force.
Here's an engineering marvel you won't believe is actually cake:
By Crazy Cake Company
But it is!
How amazing is this?!? Lots more pics and details on Lien's blog here.
This perfect R2* has me seeing red:
Go here for a step-by-step photo guide. The detail on the legs is especially amazing.
Here's the best possible use for the Wilton bear pan:
And finally, we have a new contender for the Coolest Baby Shower Cake Ever:
C'mon, baby Vader with a pacifier, PLUS a baby R2? This just might be better than our last Vader shower cake. Even if it doesn't make any more sense. Heh.
Oh, and if you like Star Wars, you're going to love my pictures from this weekend over on Epbot. Srsly. Check out the craziness here.
*We think this may actually be R4-P17. We think this because people who seem to know these things told us so. We could be wrong. Who really knows?
PS - Hey, Jane F. in Berkeley: Epi Burf Day!! May your day's forecast include lots of sprinkles.